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Quilted Snakes and Ladders Playmat

By: Narelle for
Quilted Snakes and Ladders Playmat

"A great handmade gift idea for kids (boys and girls - woo hoo). Get out the quilting cotton (I found a really cute Minions print that adds to the fun) and make a simple grid design (you can check the tutorial for the super quick way to make all those squares). Then it's time to add your snakes and ladders. How many will you add? It's a great gift idea for young and all, and inspires family together time. Don't buy a board game - sew it!"

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine


Materials List

  • 4 x 5 inch strips of quilting cotton (from selvedge to selvedge)
  • 2 x 2 1/4 inch strips of orange fabric (for binding)
  • 55cm square piece of quilt batting
  • A small piece of aqua fabric
  • 1 sheet of brown felt
  • 1 sheet of green felt
  • Scrap of red felt
  • Scrap of yellow felt
  • Small piece of Heat'n'Bond Ultra
  • Thread, scissors, needle, sewing machine

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